After getting over my disgust at the Sunpaper for finding a way to write a front page story about Sheila Dixon's current political status, I realized that you probably did the city of Baltimore a service ("Dixon at work behind the scenes," July 13). By informing the public of who is seeking advice from this corrupt, selfish thief, you have made it easier to elect a mayor who might care about making the city a better place to live and work. It should be clear to any voter that anyone who wants her advice and support is not qualified to be mayor. This is like seeking marriage counseling from Tiger Woods.

Mark Radom, Owings Mills